If a student seems to be reading the words fluently but is still struggling to understand by middle school, reading comprehension activities can and should be emphasized. These simple strategies may improve comprehension and make reading more enjoyable.
When a child isn’t able to keep up with homework or in-class assignments, parents and general education teachers may decide to investigate further. What are the steps for referring a student for a special education evaluation? Find out here.
Do you have a student in your classroom that exhibits a behavior that you would really like to change? Then, you may be interested in completing a functional behavior assessment on the student. Read on to learn what to do.
Students who have a hearing loss can greatly benefit from inclusion. When teachers understand the educational and social impacts of hearing impairment, teaching strategies can be put in place to promote acceptance and enhance learning. Read on for ideas on positive inclusion techniques.